Not having read the manga, I came to the conclusion that Hetalia could’ve been one of two things. It could’ve been sheer fangirl pandering or it could be a brilliant piece of satirical historical wit.
My enthusiasm for Hetalia is gone. In fact, it died at the end of the first season. There was some false enthusiasm because of the return of Hetalia after its return between seasons but I’m now finding it impossible to summon energy for Hetalia posts anymore. And if I’m not enjoying writing the posts then I’m sure my readers aren’t enjoying them as much either.
With that, I’ve decided it’s time to finally call a halt to my Hetalia episodics. I don’t want to be putting up posts I’m not proud of. 18 months of Hetalia and it’s finally time to call a close on these posts. It’s been fun, oh boy has it been fun at times. The most random pieces of historical info I’ve learned over the course of this show. The wild and varied comments you lot left. But there’s no sign of Hetalia ending anytime soon and chances are it’s going to continue for several years left. Deen would be stupid to stop animating so cheap yet rakes them in so much money. If there was a clear end in sight I’d probably be OK but as it is I don’t have the enthusiasm to continue blogging this series indefinitely.
I hope that you guys continue reading my other posts, although I realise many of you only watch Hetalia out of any currently airing anime. If so, I at least hope you enjoyed reading my posts until now as we joined together to create world peace and generally make merry.
Now if you don’t mind me, I’m going to get my cart and leave-